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Review of Bank of Nova Scotia

AUG 30, 2022 - Year-to-date, BNS shares have lagged peers due to relatively slower earnings growth, acquisitions size and pipeline, and select international exposure (versus domestic). While the soft pockets might be temporary, international diversification can still work in BNSí favor in the long term. Rating maintained at ĎA-Ď.

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Q: I HAVE TD WHAT WOULD YOUR FAVORITE BE OF THE ABOVE OR ANY OTHER. A U.S. BANK WOULD BE OK TOO.
AND AS FAR INSURANCE WHERE WOULD YOU PUT MONEY NOW
THANKS.

Read Answer Asked by Maureen on January 26, 2023

Q: For my wife's Cash account. Ignore asset allocation...I already own all of these and have some top-up monies available and assigned towards each of these 4 = BNS, FTS, NRGI, NWC.

I have designated monies to invest/month over the next 3 months (I am roughly half way into my re-investment strategy).

In terms of upside potential, what order would you buy these? My thoughts => NRGI, then BNS, then FTS, then finally NWC.

Thanks...Steve

Read Answer Asked by Stephen on January 23, 2023

Q: These stocks make up the Financial portion of my portfolio. I would like to concentrate my holdings (just because you have suggested it in the past). V and FSZ are each approximately 1.5% of my portfolio and the others are each around 2.5%.

I am considering selling FSZ and V in order to buy more of the remaining stocks. Would you endorse this move or given the different types of companies represented should I just stay the course? Capital gains would be owing on V and I tend to hold for the long term.

Appreciate your insight.

Paul F.

Read Answer Asked by Paul on January 13, 2023
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